We just pushed out a small update to Tasty Pins with a few fixes for mobile pinning and repin IDs. Here’s what you’ll find in Tasty Pins version 1.1.2:
- Fixes issue where custom hover button didn’t pull in an image’s repin id.
- Improves the custom Pin button click behavior on mobile.
- Fixes hidden image display issue in editor.
- Bumps minimum supported version to WordPress 5.0.
Custom hover button didn’t pull in an image’s repin id 🐛
The new custom hover buttons were not pulling the Pinterest repin ID correctly. We’ve fixed that up with this latest version. 🎉
Improves the custom Pin button click behavior on mobile 💅
The mobile pinning experience wasn’t quite as nice as we would like. It was even a little temperamental at times! All fixed up and ready for pinning from your favorite handheld device! 🙌
Fixes hidden image display issue in editor.
Fixes an issue where some hidden images were exceeding the size of the hidden image box in the admin display.
Bumps minimum supported version to WordPress 5.0.
Are you a little (or a lot) behind on the updating your site to current versions of WordPress? We didn’t do anything drastic, but we did make a little bump in the minimum versions we’re supporting with this latest release of Tasty Pins. For the hows and whys of updating, check out this post over on the WP Tasty blog. And if it all feels like a lot, you can always reach out to our support team for guidance as you make the updates.
Don’t forget to update! ⚡️
You should soon see an update for Tasty Pins in your WordPress dashboard. Make sure to update.
Interested in Tasty Pins? 💃
If you’ve been tossing around the idea of giving Tasty Pins a try, these updates might just make you pull the trigger! We’re always looking for new ways to improve Tasty Pins, and you can be confident that we’ll keep supporting you on your blogging journey.
Also, don’t forget about our 15-day money-back guarantee! Trying Tasty Pins is risk-free, and we think you’ll really like it.